The best shade of eye shadow varies depending on the individual's eye color. Purple and plum shades play up green or hazel eyes. Gray, silver, peach and chocolate shades complement blue eyes. Brown eyes are so versatile ... More »

The basic rule in choosing an eye shadow is to go for a shade that contrasts with the eye color rather than one that matches it. For instance, it is best for those with blue eyes to avoid shadows in blue-green shades, ch... More »

Brown eyes stand out with an eye shadow in a contrasting color, such as teal or deep blue. The shade of brown can be further highlighted by choosing a copper- or eggplant-colored eye shadow. More »

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The basic rule in choosing an eye shadow is to go for a shade that contrasts with the eye color rather than one that matches it. For instance, it is best for those with blue eyes to avoid shadows in blue-green shades, ch... More »

When applying eye shadow, choose two shades, including a darker shade a neutral shade, using the neutral shade first and sweeping the color across the eyelids. Start at the lash line and work to the crease with the neutr... More »

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To execute the Sephora eye shadow technique known as Candy Color, apply several shades of eye shadow in blended bands across the eyelids. The look is finished with a deep gray eyeliner and black mascara. More »

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An individual can learn how to apply eye shadow on a variety of websites including Real Simple, Paula's Choice Skincare, YouTube and Maybelline. These sites provide tips, step-by-step instructions and in some cases video... More »

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